Coming to Detroit

Source: Trinosophes.

Friday, July 20 at 9 pm: Irreversible Quartet
(feat. Keir Neuringer and Luke Stewart)
IRREVERSIBLE QUARTET is the instrumental formation of Irreversible Entanglements, a free jazz + poetry quintet whose 2017 debut recording rocked the year-end lists of Wire Magazine, NPR, The Quietus, Stereogum and a host of others. The Quartet, featuring Keir Neuringer on saxophone, Aquiles Navarro on trumpet, Luke Stewart on bass, and Tcheser Holmes on drums, reps scenes in Philadelphia, New York, and DC.
Doors at 9pm; $10.

Saturday, July 21: Crown of Eternity (Mike Tamburo), Nick Schillace
Allow yourself to enter a timeless space, listening as Crown of Eternity’s Mike Tamburo orchestrates his way through 50+ overtone rich instruments including Gongs, Bells, Hammered Dulcimer and tuned metal instruments. Over the past 20+ years Mike Tamburo has become well known as a multi-instrumentalist, music educator, interdisciplinary sound artist, video artist, sound therapist, writer, meditation teacher and avid traveler; sharing over 1800 public performances and recording more than 60 albums of ecstatic and transcendental music as well as folk, drone, ambient and sometimes unclassifiable sounds.
Doors at 7 pm; $20 day of – $15 advance tickets available at: https://tickets.brightstarevents.com/event/crownofeternity-detroit

Thursday, July 26: Matt Endahl’s Doomsday Philharmonic
Pianist and former Ann Arbor resident Matt Endahl has played with heavyweights like Steve Coleman, Jimmy Heath and Henry Grimes. Now he returns to town with his new unit, The Doomsday Philharmonic. The Doomsday Philharmonic is an improvisation group, influenced by the large ensemble dynamics of Anthony Braxton, Sun Ra, Miles Davis and Cecil Taylor. The Philharmonic’s 12+ improvise as “ensembles within an ensemble”, arranging into quartets, trios, duos and soloists, to perform Jacob’s Ladder, a structured improvisation based on the atoms of DNA. This is sure to be a unique musical experience, for the audience, as well as for the members of the band.
Doors at 8 pm; $10.

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